While climate change and free trade agreements grabbed the G20 headlines, a UWA academic is delighted with a lesser item on the Indian Prime Minister's agenda.
A high-powered delegation of UWA Deans and Executives took a whirlwind trip to China recently, resulting in fruitful agreements on innovative double-badged degrees.
The last weekend in April next year will - rightly - be awash with ANZAC commemorations, events and celebrations.
Highly-educated Indigenous men and women are on the move, with a huge increase in the number of Indigenous students graduating from UWA.
At the tender age of 22, Ryan Whiddett, a client services assistant in the Careers Centre, competes in the Masters competition of his chosen sport, swimming.
It may seem a tenuous link but the University was proudly represented on stage at the two recent Rolling Stones concerts at Perth Arena.
Some of China's brightest students will soon be studying at the Business School, thanks to a new agreement between UWA and Shandong University, Weihai.
Skin cancer? ‘It won't happen to me' is the common response...as it was by Clinton Heal, an otherwise healthy fit young man who has been living with Melanoma since 2005.
Fred Chaney, Annie Fogarty and Andrew and Nicola Forrest all believe that education is the great empowerer.
Christmas traditions come in every guise: music, food, decorations, trees, crackers, gifts....and pantomime.
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